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Välkommen Trail


category : Trails
Välkommen Trail is a 2.5 mile all-weather bicycle and pedestrian trail. The trail was converted from the abandoned Missouri - Pacific and Union Pacific rail beds. Take time to read the historical signage emphasizing points of interest about Lindsborg's early history. The trail is marked by a sculpture by local artist John Whitfield. The trail is marked in yellow on the City Map.


Admission: Free
Phone: 888-227-2227
Our Email: cvbdir@lindsborgcity.org
Our Website:www.visitlindsborg.org

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